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Title: The efficient way to use computers in English class


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The efficient way to use computers in English
class
Step 1What are the different ways I can use a
computer in the classroom?
Not many teachers in Japan use computers in
classes. If you would like to use computers
in class after listening and watching my
presentations today and tomorrow, my research
would be successful. But even if you would
not like to, I would like you to some day.
Step 2What are the benefits of computers
compared to using the blackboard and/or handouts?
Step 3What are the various activities or ways
that the computer can be used to address
different ways of learning (Listening, Speaking,
Reading and Writing)?
Step 4I would like to learn how to create
English lesson plans using the computer in a more
efficient manner.
  • Junshi Kameyama
  • (Kuzumaki S.H.S., Iwate Pref.)

Music First of May Sarah Brightman
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Step 1What are the different ways I can use a
computer in the classroom?
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Learning Support Main Tool
word processors to write up and present their work Word
using a spreadsheet to enter their data collected as part of an investigation, creating charts, and interpreting the results Excel
using a database to enter data collected as part of an investigation, interrogating the database by searching and sorting, in order to answer questions to help solve problems which form part of the investigation Excel Access
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Learning Support Main Tool
using hypermedia to write up, lay out and present their work for publication on the Internet Word PowerPoint Internet
using the Internet and CD-ROMs to help with research during an investigation. Internet CD-ROM
http//ecs.lewisham.gov.uk/talent/pricor/module1.h
tml
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Step 2What are the benefits of computers
compared to using the blackboard and/or handouts?
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Activity Main Tool
use a wide range of strategies to explore contrasts, comparisons and connections dynamically Word
annotate text in innovative ways Word, Excel
enrich or broaden the context of literary study Word
see texts in alternative versions Word Internet
use a wide range of analytical and critical techniques Word Excel
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Activity Main Tool
sort and process text and data quickly and efficiently Excel
order and arrange text and data experimentally, using combinations of word, image, sound and hypertext Word Excel PowerPoint
save, record, edit and adapt their work quickly and efficiently Any software
retain evidence of the editing process so that it can be examined Any software
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evidence of the editing process
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Activity Main Tool
change the organisational structure and qualities of texts to suit different audiences and purposes Word
compose multi-authored texts Word
select from a wider range of audiences, throughout the world Internet email
exercise choice of medium and design while composing
http//www.ncaction.org.uk/subjects/english/ict-lr
n.htm
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What is Mind Map?
  • Mind Mapping is an important technique that
    improves the way you take notes, and supports and
    enhances your creative problem solving. By using
    Mind Maps, you can quickly identify
    and.........

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http//en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mind_mapsearchInput
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Step 3What are the various activities or ways
that the computer can be used to address
different ways of learning (Listening, Speaking,
Reading and Writing)?
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  • 1. Exploring and investigating
  • Pupils explore and investigate information,
    ideas, language structure and usage in English.
  • 2. Responding and interpreting
  • In English, pupils respond to and interpret
    literary and non-literary texts in spoken and
    written language and so develop and demonstrate
    their understanding and appreciation.

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  • 3. Reflecting and evaluating
  • In English, pupils reflect upon and evaluate
    both their own and others' language use, spoken
    and written, to refine their own practice and
    learn from others.
  • 4. Composing and transforming
  • In English, pupils use language creatively, in
    speech and writing, to express their ideas,
    thought and feelings. They use and adapt material
    for different audiences and purposes.

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  • 5. Presenting and performing
  • In English, pupils present and perform in
    speech and writing to a range of audiences, as
    part of the learning process and to demonstrate
    the outcomes of their learning.
  • 6. Communicating and collaborating
  • In English, pupils communicate and collaborate
    with many audiences and communities in and beyond
    the class room, as part of both the process and
    the product of their work.

http//curriculum.becta.org.uk/docserver.php?docid
4695
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Step 4I would like to learn how to create
English lesson plans using the computer in a more
efficient manner.
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Teaching Plan 1
Activity Correction and comparison of writing
Skill or Domain Writing
Procedure 1. Students send their writings to teachers by email. 2. Teachers correct their writings and feed back to each student by email. 3. In the next class, teachers show good students writings on the screen. If necessary, teachers can print out and pass them out.
Tool email, Word
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Teaching Plan 2
Activity Comparison of summaries
Skill or Domain Reading, Writing
Procedure 1. Groups or pairs of students send their summaries of the text to teachers by email. 2. In the next class, teachers show their summaries on the screen, and give some comments to each group or pair. If necessary, teachers can print out and pass them out.
Tool email, Word
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Teaching Plan 3
Activity Network of Vocabulary
Skill or Domain Vocabulary
Procedure 1. Teachers show one key category word of the lesson in the center of the FreeMind. 2. Students think words associated with the key word. 3. Each student enters one word he/she thought on the FreeMind. 4. When the Mind Map has completed, teachers will print out and pass it out next time.
Tool FreeMind
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SAMPLE of MIND MAP
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Teaching Plan 4
Activity Sharing of ideas
Skill or Domain Writing
Procedure 1. Teachers show a topic of writing and questions about the topic. 2. Each group of the students answers the questions by their imaginations. 3. Teachers consolidate their ideas by Mind Maps. 4. Students share their ideas and write their own stories.
Tool FreeMind
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SAMPLE of MIND MAP
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Teaching Plan 5
Activity Writing an essay or memories and presentation (e.g. school trip)
Skill or Domain Writing, Speaking
Procedure 1. Teachers show one key category word of the essay or memories to have students write in the center of the FreeMind. 2. Students think words associated with the key word. 3. Each student enters one word he/she thought on the FreeMind. 4. When the mind map has completed, students write their essays or memories by Word or PowerPoint. 5. Next time, students present their works in class.
Tool FreeMind, Word, PowerPoint
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PowerPoint
  • In this research, I was interested in using
    PowerPoint efficiently, because I had used it
    several times in my classes. In fact, it usually
    takes time to create files of PowerPoint
    presentations, but once the files have been
    created, they can be reused many times or shared
    with other teachers. Therefore, it is not very
    suitable to use PowerPoint in the classes based
    on course books. PowerPoint is suitable for
    practices and drills of grammar or vocabulary,
    etc. Of course, teachers can practice or drill
    without PowerPoint, but it can provide students
    with audiovisual practices or drills, which will
    enhance students motivations. If you want to
    see some samples of PowerPoint, please access
    http//iteslj.org/Techniques/Fisher-PowerPoint.htm
    l.

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Sample of PowerPoint
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  • Would you like to use computers in your class?

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  • Thank you for
  • your kind attention.

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